VIRGO, an information distribution company focused on the most innovative and complex business-to-business markets that fuel the U.S. and world economies, announced T.C. Doyle as executive editor, information technology and cloud, for Channel Partners, the leading resource for telecom and IT distribution channels.
“As we continue to scale the Channel Partners and Cloud Partners franchise, we are thrilled to bring on T.C. Doyle to our expanding content and analyst team,” said John Siefert, CEO of VIRGO. T.C.s experience and understanding of the evolving IT, telecom and cloud market brings a level of depth and breadth to our analysis, and adds deep context to our ability to deliver on the business value brand promise for the solution provider through Channel Partners, the Business Value Toolbox, CP 360o Business Value Awards and more.”
T.C. Doyle is a writer, editor and video storyteller who has covered the IT industry for more than two decades for publications and one of the industrys largest technology giants. As Editor@Large with Cisco, he collaborated on Doing Both,” a thought-leadership book that made the bestseller lists of both The New York Times and Amazon.com. He also traveled the world for Cisco in search of stories that captured the social and technological transformations occurring in the economies of Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. A former analyst with Amazon Consulting, Doyle previously worked as the executive editor of VARBusiness Magazine. There he managed a staff of reporters and wrote about go-to-market strategies and partnerships in the IT industry. Doyle has been a frequent speaker at IT industry events and trade shows, and is the author of more than 1,000 technology news articles, columns, features and profiles. He resides in Park City, Utah.
Doyle will join the Channel Partners content team, which is headed by Editor-in-Chief Khali Henderson.
“I am very excited to join Khali and her team, which are ideally positioned at the nexus of the information and telecommunications industries,” said Doyle. “The industry knowledge and business insight provided by Channel Partners, through its events, publications and Web sites, is unmatched in the industry. I’m proud to be a part of the award-winning organization.”
About Channel Partners
Channel Partners magazine is the leading publication for telecom and IT distribution channels. For more than 25 years, Channel Partners has been the undisputed leader in providing news, analysis and education to the indirect sales channels serving the business technology and communications industry. In addition, Channel Partners online (www.channelpartnersonline.com) delivers a constant content stream of unique and breaking industry news, feature articles and premium downloadable content. As official media of the Channel Partners Conference & Expo (www.channelpartnersconference.com) and Cloud Partners (cloud.channelpartnersconference.com), Channel Partners is the market leader that channel professionals turn to first.
About VIRGO Publishing
VIRGO is an information distribution company focused on the most innovative and complex business-to-business markets that fuel U.S. and world economies. Our mission is to help business professionals break through the hype, ambiguity and information deluge they experience, by offering trustworthy guidance on the decisions they need to make be that early in their decision making process, whilst making a purchase decision, or following the decision when a product, service or ingredient is in use.
We do this in each of our networks by focusing on five key tenets that make their information journey fruitful: Content, Audience, Brands, User Experience and Performance Marketing.
With 19 brands including trade magazines and/or websites, 8 trade shows and regional conferences, training and accreditation programs and an expanding online platform, VIRGO leverages its events, publications, digital and other media to provide integrated solutions for professionals in industries, including healthcare, natural products, telecommunications and self-storage.